Full-Time Upper-Year Admission
Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (Honours)
There are a limited number of upper-year spaces in the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program. To be considered for full-time admission to the program, applicants must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B).
DEFINITION OF UPPER-YEAR CANDIDATES
- Students who have attempted a minimum 24.0 units (or equivalent) at another accredited university or college with a university transfer program. 24.0 Queen's units are typically 4 full-year courses (one course taken over two terms) or 8 one-term only courses. Upper-year candidates have generally attended university for a minimum of 2 terms;
- Ontario community college students who are in a three-year diploma program and will be graduating;
- Graduates from three-year Ontario community college diploma programs;
- CEGEP students who are in the final year of a three-year professional/career program who will be receiving their DEC;
- Graduates of three-year CEGEP professional/career programs who have their DEC;
- University graduates applying to do a second undergraduate degree program.
TRANSFERABILITY OF COURSES
- Transfer credits are assessed by individual departments based on equivalency to Queen's courses. Students are informed of their credits after the offer of admission has been sent. Credit is not granted for courses with a final grade lower than 2.0 or C.
- Graduates from Ontario community college three-year diploma programs or from CEGEP three-year professional / career programs receive a maximum of 30 units of transfer credits.
- The Faculty of Arts & Science requires students to complete the majority of their academic work at Queen's University in order to receive a degree.
THE APPLICATION PROCEDURE
- Applications must be submitted to the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) between 1 March and 1 June. The online application is available at:
- Acknowledgement letters, advising what supporting documentation is required, are sent when Undergraduate Admission receives the applications from the OUAC.
- All documentation requested must be received at Undergraduate Admission by 15 June.
- Complete files of eligible applicants are reviewed for admission decisions in late June.
- In early July an offer of admission will be sent to candidates whose application has been approved.
- Senior secondary school Biology or equivalent
IMPORTANT TO NOTE
- Queen's University does not operate on a semester system; full-time admission to an undergraduate program is possible only in September.
- Residence accommodation is not available for upper-year applicants. To investigate other housing options, visit the Queen's
Community Housing website.